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Evenings: Theatre &
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AVAILABLE NOW - RETAIL -
EDUCATIONAL

ALL REGIONS - NTSC and PAL

Open Score by Robert Rauschenberg
is the first film to be releasesd in a 10
DVD series of films on a legendary series of
theater, dance, music and
performances at the New York 69th Regiment
Armory in 1966 by 10 New York artists: Robert
Rauschenberg,
John Cage, David Tudor, Yvonne Rainer,
Deborah Hay,
Robert Whitman, Steve Paxton, Alex Hay, Lucinda
Childs and =D6yvind Fahlstr=F6m.

Currently available ONLY at
microcinemadvd.com
(http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?t=3Dnhcwi6bab.0.sadnj6bab.ekrs8ybab.4188&ts=3DS0232=
&p=3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.microcinemadvd.com%2Fproduct%2FDVD%2F596%2FOpen_Score=
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DVDs will be available at select
art institutions soon!

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WORLD PREMIERE SCREENING

March 14, 2007, 7pm

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1515 Sul Ross

Houston, Texas 77006 USA

Julie Martin and Deborah Hay will speak prior
to the screening.

DVDs are currently
available at the Menil Bookstore for this
occasion.
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Contact for press/preview discs/screening
bookings:

Patrick Kwiatkowski +1-713-412-5120,
patrick@microcinema.com

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About 9 Evenings: Theatre &
Technology

In 1966 10 New York artists worked with 30
engineers and scientists from the world
renowned Bell Telephone Laboratories to
create groundbreaking performances that
incorporated new technology. Video
projection, wireless sound
transmission, and Doppler
sonar - technologies that are commonplace today -
had never been seen in the art of the 60's. The 9
Evenings DVD Series is an important
documentation of the collaborations between
the artists and engineers that produced
innovative works using these emerging
technologies. These performances still
resonate today, as forerunners of the close
and rapidly-evolving relationship between
artists and technology.

The DVDs =96 one on each artist=92s performance
-- will
be released sequentially over the next two years
with the initial publication of the series:=20
Robert
Rauschenberg - Open Score, available as a
pre-release now on the Microcinemadvd.com
website followed by the second in the series:
John Cage -
Variations VII, available in Summer 2007.

Each
DVD will
be PAL and NTSC system compatible.

9 Evenings: Theatre & Engineering is
recognized as a
major artistic event of the 1960s. The
performances
represented the culmination of a period of
extraordinary creative energy in art, dance and
music in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and they
also pointed to the future, as artists began
to use
new technology in their work. =20

9 Evenings was organized by Robert
Rauschenberg and
Billy Kl=FCver, then a research
scientist at Bell
Laboratories in Murray Hill, New Jersey. It
was held
at the 69th Regiment Armory in New York City from
October 13-23, 1966. As Billy Kl=FCver has
written:=20
"9 Evenings was unique in the incredible richness
and imagination of the performances. The Armory
space allowed the artists to work on an
unprecedented scale, and their involvement with
technology and collaborations with the engineers
added a dimension of unfamiliarity and
challenge.=20
They responded with major works."

9 Evenings was the first large-scale
collaboration
between artists and engineers and scientists. The
two groups worked together for 10 months to
develop
technical equipment and systems that were
used as an
integral part of the artists=92 performances.=20
Their
collaboration produced many "firsts" in the
use of
new technology for the theater, both with
specially-designed systems and equipment and with
innovative use of existing equipment.
Closed-circuit
television and television projection was used on
stage for the first time; a fiber-optics camera
picked up objects in a performer's pocket; an
infrared television camera captured action in
total
darkness; a Doppler sonar device translated
movement into sound; and portable wireless FM
transmitters and amplifiers transmitted
speech and
body sounds to Armory loudspeakers.

Using archival film footage and original sound
recordings, the 9 Evenings films reconstruct each
artist's performance as fully as possible;
they also
contain new interviews with artists,
engineers and
performers to illuminate the artistic,
technical and
historical aspects of the works.=20

Performances are by nature ephemeral events; this
DVD series assures that the 9 Evenings will
not be
lost but will be available to new generations of
dance and theater students as well as art
scholars,
artists and the general public who will have a
concrete representation of what 9 Evenings looked
like and how it came to play such an
important role
in American 20th century art.

The films on 9 Evenings are produced for
E.A.T. by
Julie Martin and directed by Barbro Schultz
Lundestam. They are funded in part by
generous gifts
from Robert Rauschenberg and the Robert
Rauschenberg
Foundation as well as with support from the
Daniel
Langlois Foundation for Art Science and
Technology.

The 10 disc DVD series, 9 Evenings: Theatre &
Engineering, is co-produced by E.A.T. and
ARTPIX and
will be distributed worldwide by Microcinema
International.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

----------------------------------------

E.A.T. is a service organization that
promotes the
collaboration between artists and engineers to
provide artists with access to new technology
and to
facilitate their participation in projects
dealing
with areas of social concern. =20

ARTPIX is a non profit organization
that produces
DVDs about the arts including: Robert Whitman:
Performances from the 60s; Trisha Brown:
Early Works
1966-1979; William Wegman: Video Works
1970-1999.(www.artpix.org)

For more info on 9 Evenings - http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?t=3Dnhcwi6bab.0.rjbly9b=
ab.ekrs8ybab.4188&ts=3DS0232&p=3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.9evenings.org

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Moving
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Microcinema is a leading international
distributor and licensor of the moving image
arts.

Microcinema International is exclusive
distributor
worldwide for the entire series of 9 Evenings:
Theatre & Engineering (www.microcinema.com). The
series will be available online at
www.microcinemadvd.com or for wholesale,
institutional or educational purchasing. For
info
and for theatrical/institutional
screening/display
information please contact: Joel Bachar,
Microcinema International, 1636 Bush St., St.
2, San
Francisco CA 94109, +1-415.447.9750 / FAX
+1-509.351.1530 / joel@microcinema.com

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announce the pre-release of<br><br>

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Evenings: Theatre &
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<br><br><b>AVAILABLE NOW - RETAIL -
EDUCATIONAL</b><br>
ALL REGIONS - NTSC and PAL

<br><br><i>Open Score by Robert Rauschenberg
</i>is the first film to be releasesd in a 10
DVD series of films on a legendary series of
theater, dance, music and
performances at the New York 69th Regiment
Armory in 1966 by 10 New York artists: <b>Robert
Rauschenberg,
John Cage, David Tudor, Yvonne Rainer,
Deborah Hay,
Robert Whitman, Steve Paxton, Alex Hay, Lucinda
Childs and =D6yvind Fahlstr=F6m.</b>
<br><br>
Currently available ONLY at
<a href=3D"http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?t=3Dnhcwi6bab.0.sadnj6bab.ekrs8ybab.4188&t=
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pen_Score_by_Robert_Rauschenberg.html">microcinemadvd.com
</a><br><br>DVDs will be available at select
art institutions soon!
<hr>
<b>WORLD PREMIERE SCREENING</b>
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March 14, 2007, 7pm<br>
<a href=3D"http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?t=3Dnhcwi6bab.0.tadnj6bab.ekrs8ybab.4188&t=
s=3DS0232&p=3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.menil.org">Menil
Collection </a><br>
1515 Sul Ross<br>
Houston, Texas 77006 USA<br><br>
Julie Martin and Deborah Hay will speak prior
to the screening.<br><br><i>DVDs are currently
available at the Menil Bookstore for this
occasion.</i><hr>
Contact for press/preview discs/screening
bookings:<br>
Patrick Kwiatkowski +1-713-412-5120,
patrick@microcinema.com<br>
<a href=3D"http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?t=3Dnhcwi6bab.0.rjbly9bab.ekrs8ybab.4188&t=
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<br>wholesale ordering info below<hr>
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<b>About <i>9 Evenings: Theatre &
Technology</i></b><br><br>
In 1966 10 New York artists worked with 30
engineers and scientists from the world
renowned Bell Telephone Laboratories to
create groundbreaking performances that
incorporated new technology. Video
projection, wireless sound
transmission, and Doppler
sonar - technologies that are commonplace today -
had never been seen in the art of the 60's. The 9
Evenings DVD Series is an important
documentation of the collaborations between
the artists and engineers that produced
innovative works using these emerging
technologies. These performances still
resonate today, as forerunners of the close
and rapidly-evolving relationship between
artists and technology.

<br><br>
The DVDs =96 one on each artist=92s performance
-- will
be released sequentially over the next two years
with the initial publication of the series:=20
<b>Robert
Rauschenberg - Open Score</b>, available as a
pre-release now on the Microcinemadvd.com
website followed by the second in the series:
<b>John Cage -
Variations VII</b>, available in Summer 2007.
<br><br> Each
DVD will
be PAL and NTSC system compatible.
<br><br>
<i>9 Evenings: Theatre & Engineering </i>is
recognized as a
major artistic event of the 1960s. The
performances
represented the culmination of a period of
extraordinary creative energy in art, dance and
music in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and they
also pointed to the future, as artists began
to use
new technology in their work. =20
<br><br>
9 Evenings was organized by <b>Robert
Rauschenberg</b> and
<b>Billy Kl=FCver</b>, then a research
scientist at Bell
Laboratories in Murray Hill, New Jersey. It
was held
at the 69th Regiment Armory in New York City from
October 13-23, 1966. As Billy Kl=FCver has
written:=20
"9 Evenings was unique in the incredible richness
and imagination of the performances. The Armory
space allowed the artists to work on an
unprecedented scale, and their involvement with
technology and collaborations with the engineers
added a dimension of unfamiliarity and
challenge.=20
They responded with major works."
<br><br>
9 Evenings was the first large-scale
collaboration
between artists and engineers and scientists. The
two groups worked together for 10 months to
develop
technical equipment and systems that were
used as an
integral part of the artists=92 performances.=20
Their
collaboration produced many "firsts" in the
use of
new technology for the theater, both with
specially-designed systems and equipment and with
innovative use of existing equipment.
Closed-circuit
television and television projection was used on
stage for the first time; a fiber-optics camera
picked up objects in a performer's pocket; an
infrared television camera captured action in
total
darkness; a Doppler sonar device translated
movement into sound; and portable wireless FM
transmitters and amplifiers transmitted
speech and
body sounds to Armory loudspeakers.
<br><br>
Using archival film footage and original sound
recordings, the 9 Evenings films reconstruct each
artist's performance as fully as possible;
they also
contain new interviews with artists,
engineers and
performers to illuminate the artistic,
technical and
historical aspects of the works.=20
<br><br>
Performances are by nature ephemeral events; this
DVD series assures that the 9 Evenings will
not be
lost but will be available to new generations of
dance and theater students as well as art
scholars,
artists and the general public who will have a
concrete representation of what 9 Evenings looked
like and how it came to play such an
important role
in American 20th century art.
<br><br>
The films on 9 Evenings are produced for
E.A.T. by
Julie Martin and directed by Barbro Schultz
Lundestam. They are funded in part by
generous gifts
from Robert Rauschenberg and the Robert
Rauschenberg
Foundation as well as with support from the
Daniel
Langlois Foundation for Art Science and
Technology.
<br><br>
The 10 disc DVD series, 9 Evenings: Theatre &
Engineering, is co-produced by E.A.T. and
ARTPIX and
will be distributed worldwide by Microcinema
International.
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collaboration between artists and engineers to
provide artists with access to new technology
and to
facilitate their participation in projects
dealing
with areas of social concern. =20
<br><br>
<b>ARTPIX</b> is a non profit organization
that produces
DVDs about the arts including: Robert Whitman:
Performances from the 60s; Trisha Brown:
Early Works
1966-1979; William Wegman: Video Works
1970-1999.(www.artpix.org)
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distributor and licensor of the moving image
arts.
<br><br>
Microcinema International is exclusive
distributor
worldwide for the entire series of 9 Evenings:
Theatre & Engineering (www.microcinema.com). The
series will be available online at
www.microcinemadvd.com or for wholesale,
institutional or educational purchasing. For
info
and for theatrical/institutional
screening/display
information please contact: Joel Bachar,
Microcinema International, 1636 Bush St., St.
2, San
Francisco CA 94109, +1-415.447.9750 / FAX
+1-509.351.1530 / joel@microcinema.com
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